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Lund ranks 493rd in number of biographies on Pantheon, behind Gary, Indiana, Kabul, and Trabzon. Memorable people born in Lund include Tycho Brahe, Max von Sydow, and Kai Siegbahn. Memorable people who died in Lund include Johannes Rydberg, Louis Gerhard De Geer, and Lars Hörmander. Lund has been the birth place of many soccer players and writers and the death place of many biologists and physicists. Lund is located in Sweden.

Lund is a city in the southern Swedish province of Scania, across the Öresund strait from Copenhagen. The town had 91,940 inhabitants out of a municipal total of 121,510 as of 2018. It is the seat of Lund Municipality, Scania County. The Öresund Region, which includes Lund, is home to more than 4,1 million people. Read more on Wikipedia

Between 1546 and 1989, Lund was the birth place of 21 globally memorable people, including Tycho Brahe, Max von Sydow, and Kai Siegbahn. Additionaly, 10 globally memorable people have passed away in Lund including Johannes Rydberg, Louis Gerhard De Geer, and Lars Hörmander.

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Most individuals born in present day Lund were soccer players (4), writers (3), singers (3), actors (2), and tennis players (2),  while most who died were biologists (3), physicists (1), politicians (1), mathematicians (1), and astronomers (1).

Over the past 100 years, soccer players have been the top profession of globally memorable people born in Lund, including Stellan Nilsson, Daniel Andersson, and Andreas Jakobsson. Whereas, throughout history, soccer players have been the profession with the most memorable people born in present day Lund, including Stellan Nilsson, Daniel Andersson, and Andreas Jakobsson.

Below is a visual represetation of the lifespans of the top 6 globally memorable people born in Lund since 1700.